Think Out of the Hoop: Unique Decor You Can Embroider

Looking for an embroidery challenge? These ITH projects are anything but traditional!

Far from ordinary, these projects add creative accents to your home. They stitch up quickly in the hoop and are 70% off in the Pop-up Store this week!


Guests will be surprised that you made the Prizewinning Bowl from SewAZ Embroidery. It is stitched in the freestanding lace technique. Pieces are then joined together to make the bowl. Change colors for the season or for your decorating preference.

Roll Holder

This is definitely unique as well as tongue-in-cheek. Changing the Roll from Stitch Delight keeps a spare within reach. Short instructions show how the designs can be used, and it does not cause brain damage!

Candle Shades

Lovely lace adds a romantic touch to any setting. FSL Candle Shades from Mar Lena Embroidery are so easy to make. These shades perch perfectly on a wine glass, vase, dessert dish, or champagne flute.


How about a unique time piece? The 3D Horatia Owl and Clock from Anandas Divine Designs is adorable. The name Horatia means timekeeper. Make three-dimensional flowers and leaves from organza or felt.

Can Cover

If recycling is important to you, this project is perfect. Tin Can Cover from Enigma Embroidery is stitched in pieces and assembled to fit. Personalize it to the contents and match thread colors to the storage area.

Make something unique and save a bundle.